english a international language by computeringinfoz

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									International English is the concept of the English language as a global means of
communication in numerous dialects, and also the movement towards an
international standard for the language. It is also referred to as Global English,
World English, Common English, Continental English, General English, Engas
(English as associate language), or Globins. Sometimes, these terms refer simply
to the array of varieties of English spoken throughout the world.

More than 330 million people speak English as a first language, with over 580
million speaking it as a second language. So what makes English the international
language? As it is the official language of the United Nations and aviation and also
because it is most widely used language in science and on the Internet. Therefore,
it is the international language. If two different nationalities want to
communicate, it's likely they'll do so in English. These days people can learn
English for free easily through online lessons, resources and advice for learners
worldwide.

With around a billion learners of English worldwide (British Council estimate for
2000) and growing, teaching English as a second language is one of the 21st
century's major career opportunities, offering unrivalled job security and
opportunities to travel to every corner of the globe. English the international
language offers resources and advice for new and established English teachers.

English is such an important language and we must learn it. English is one of the
main languages used in commerce and spoken by millions of people around the
world. Many people try to learn and speak English to meet their needs in their
work. We can find that many languages are spoken in Europe, but English is the
language that many people used to communicate with each other.

Many people around the world could not stand on without learning English. They
can't manage their business or communicate with their clients without learning
English.

								
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